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Analysis considers bus engine technologies and alternative fuels that can contribute to achieving the 10-year and 20-year targets for fleetwide reductions in tailpipe emissions

A análise considera tecnologias para motores e combustíveis alternativos para ônibus que contribuem para o cumprimento dos alvos de 10 e 20 anos para redução de emissões de escapamento da frota

This paper quantifies the gap in charging infrastructure to power more than 3 million expected electric vehicles in the U.S. by 2025.

2018.09.05

Analysis of the emissions reduction potential of four Emission Control Area delineation scenarios.

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2018.08.01

An overview of electric vehicle fast-charging installed around the world and what the future might hold going forward, including charging power, grid constraints, installation costs, and business models.

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2018.07.24

Analysis of electric vehicle market development in the U.S. and the policy and promotion actions that are driving it.

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2018.07.13

Testing shows CO and NOx emissions from China 5 gasoline cars are not properly controlled under real-world driving conditions.

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2018.06.21

This research explores policy approaches that can improve real-world fuel consumption performance, especially for compliance with the 2015-2020 standards and the development of the 2025-2030 standards.

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2018.05.15

Assesses where electric vehicles and their batteries are manufactured and sold, and the underlying policies in place to sustain growth in the new technology around the world.

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2018.05.03

This study observes the passenger car fleet’s characteristics and technology changes, including the development speed of major efficiency technologies, by 2014 in response to the China Phase III fuel standards.

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2018.04.12

Focuses on the new energy passenger vehicle market in China's cities, evaluates the implementation and effectiveness of local incentive policies, and analyzes the potential of future sustainability.

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2018.03.27

Analyzes the U.S. off-cycle credit program within the 2025 greenhouse gas and fuel economy regulations, including how the off-cycle credits were used in model years 2015 and 2016, trends among automakers with the most credits, and the impact of greater credit use through 2025.

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2018.03.06

Analyzes the model structure, simulation flow, and limitations of the EU’s regulatory tool for the simulation of heavy-duty vehicle fuel consumption. Compares the regulatory vehicle simulation tools used in the EU and the United States.

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